Students can check email, meet with groups, or just relax at The Commons, a coffee shop and lounge located in the College Union Building lobby.
The Bullet Hole, a sports-themed eatery, serves breakfast sandwiches, bagels, pastries, cereal, and fruit in the morning and burgers, sandwiches, wraps, salads, soups, and other grill items in the afternoon.
The campus dining center (nicknamed Servo) offers menu selections to satisfy every palate and diet.
A variety of meal plan options are available, including an Unlimited Servo Access plan.
Residence hall living is a vital component of the first-year student experience at Gettysburg.
All housing placements for first-year students are based on course selection and registration as a part of the First-Year Experience Program.
Huber, a first-year residence hall, is one of the first campus buildings you will encounter if approaching the College from the north.
The Quarry Suites Complex is a popular housing option for juniors and seniors.
Most first-year residence hall rooms house two students. All offer wireless internet access.
Students wishing to explore a particular interest, academic subject, talent, or social cause may petition to live together in a College-owned theme house.
Farmhouse is a theme house at Gettysburg College dedicated to the promotion of sustainability and social justice through intentional living and, of course, good food.